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1931 



Copyright 1931 

Jane E. Purrington 
Editor 

Betsy H. Harding 
Busiiiess Manager 




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THE STAGE COACH 



Published by 

THE STAGE COACH STAFF 




VOLUME XXXIII 
1981 

«*T MA*Y*S SCHOOL Llt*»U*Y 



Year Book of the Students 

SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



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To our Mothers and Fathers 

All honor we wish to show 

By the dedication of this hook 

With love a-plenty! 

Many years you've cared for us, 

Many cares you've had for us. 

In this way love upon you we hestow. 





Builder and mater, ftiou , 

of houses not metde 
with hands!" 





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ORGASIZATIOSS 

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Alma Mater 

Tune: "Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms." 

OT. MARY'S! wherever thy daughters may lie 

kk -' They love thy high praises to sing, 

And tell of thy beauties of campus and tree 

Around which sweet memories cling ; 

They may wander afar; out of reach of thy name, 

Afar out of sight of thy grove, 

But the thought of Saint Mary's aye kindles a flame 

Of sweet recollections and love. 

Beloved Saint Mary's ! How great is our debt ! 

Thou hast cared for thy daughters full well; 

They can never thy happy instructions forget, 

Nor fail of thy virtues to tell. 

The love that they feel is a heritage pure ; 

An experience wholesome and sweet. 

Through fast rolling years it will grow and endure 

Be a lamp and a guide to their feet. 

May the future unite all the good of the past 
With the best that new knowledge can bring. 
Ever onward and upward thy course ! to the last 
Be thou steadfast in every good thing. 
Generations to come may thy fair daughters still 
Fondly think on thy halls and thy grove, 
And carry thy teachings o'er woodland and hill 
Of earnestness, wisdom and love. 



Eight 




"The gateway to knowledge, to lasting friendships, to all things fair and lovely.' 




"And silence, made more lovely. 
Because of others silent." 




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"The Present and the Future, 
Embodied in the grey stone of the Past." 




The Art Building — Snow Covered 




"If we lead a life of pleasure 
Tis no matter where or how! 





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"A mother's love commemorates a daughter's devotion." 



Saint Mary's School 
The Board of Trustees 

The Bishops 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Pehick, D.D., Chairman Charlotte, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Jos. Blount Cheshire, D.D. Raleigh. N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Thos. C. Daest, D.D Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Kirkman G. Fin-lay, D.D Columbia, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas, D.D Charleston, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Junius M. Horner, D.D. Asheville, N. C. 

Clerical and Lay Trustees 

North Carolina 
(Until 1933) (Until 1930) 

Rev. M. A. Barber. Raleigh Mr. Graham Andrews. Raleigh 

Mrs. T. W. Bickett, Raleigh Mr. Thos. H. Battle, Rocky Mount 

Mr. W. A. Erwin, Durham Mr. Richard H. Lewis, Oxford 

Rev. Isaac W. Hughes, Henderson Mr. J. Cheshire Webb, Hillshoro 

East Carolina 
(Until 1931) (Until 1930 1 

Rev. J. B. Gibble, Wilmington Rev. R. B. Drank, Edenton 

Mr. Geo. C. Royall, Goldsboro Mr. W. D. MacMii.lan. Jr., Wilmington 

Western North Carolina 
(Until 1931) (Until 1930) 

Rev. J. Preston Burke. Hendersonville Mr. Geo. H. Holmes. Tryon 

Rev. Boston M. Lackey, Lenoir Mrs. J. W. Cantey Johnson, Gastonia 

South Carolina 
(Until 1932) (Until 1932) 

Dr. W.m. Egleston, Hartsville Rev. W. S. Poyner, Florence 

Mr. Thomas E. Myers, Charleston Rev. Wm. Way, D.D., Charleston 

Upper South Carolina 
(Until 1932) (Until 1932) 

Mr. J. Nelson Frierson. Columbia Rev. William Johnson, Aiken 

Mr. Edmund R. Heywood. Columbia Rev. T. T. Walsh. York 

Executive Committee 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D.. Chairman 
Rt. Rev. Jos. Blount Cheshire, D.D. 
Mr. Graham Andrews Rev. Isaac W. Hughes 

Mrs. T. W. Bickett Mr. Richard H. Lewis 

Mr. W. A. Erwin Mr. Geo. C. Royall 

Secretary of the Board of Trustees 

Mr. Alfred L. Purrington. Jr.. Raleigh, N. C. 

Treasurer of the Board of Trustees 

Mr. A. W. Tucker, Raleigh, N. C. 



Fifteen 




The Rt. Rev. Joseph Bi.orxT Cheshire 

Bishop of the Diocese of North Carolina 

"The beloved Bishop" 



Sixteen 







The Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick 

Chairman of the Board of Trustees 

One who follows in His footsteps 



Seventeen 




The Rev. Wakhkn Wade Way. D.D. 
The Rector of Saint Mary's School 
Of fair and beauteous countenance 



Eighteen 




Miss Catherine Seytox Alheetson 
Dean of Students 

Calm and thoughtful, sincere and unassuming 

But capable and captivating 

And our most luminous literary light. 



Nineteen 




Miss Virginia Henry Holt 
Academic Head 

Energetic, ambitious, aspiring and Inspiring, 
Known to fame and an undoubted favorite 
Of the broad-browed Pallas Athena. 



Twenty 




Mr. Albert William TrcicF.it 
Business Manager 

Conscientious and efficient. 

The presiding .genius of our business department. 



Twenty-one 





Nancy Gatewood Joxes 

The Student Body President 

A model of modest importance 



Twenty-two 



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The School Council Officees 



Twenty-three 



Saint Mary's School 

Faculty and Officers 

1930-'31 

Rev. Warren W. Way Rector 

Miss Catherine Seyton Albertson Dean of Students 

Miss Virginia Henry Holt Academic Head 

Mb. Albert W. Ticker Secretary and Business Manager 

The Academic Department 

Rev. Warren W. Way Bible 

(A.B. Hobart College; A.M. University of Chicago; D.D. University of South) 

Virginia Henry Holt English 

(A.B. Smith College; A.M. University of Virginia) 

William C. Guess History and Social Sciences 

(A.B. University of North Carolina ; M.A. Johns Hopkins University) 

Mabel Margaret Morrison Latin 

(A.B. Dalhousie University; M.A. Dalhousie University; M.A. University of Toronto; 
Ph.D. University of Toronto) 

Annie Ruth Lineberry Mathematics 

(A.B. Meredith College; M.A. Columbia University) 

Allis Hi ssey French 

(B.S.. M.S.. M.A. University of Michigan; University of Grenoble) 

Bess Glenn English 

(A.B. Converse College; M.A. Johns Hopkins University) 

Mary L. Miller Chemistry 

(A.B. Syracuse University; M.A. Columbia University) 

Mar.torie J. Lai.or Bio'ogy and Hygiene 

(A.B. Goucher College) 

Susan Reavls Cooke English and History 

(Ph.B. University of Chicago) 

Lora E. Simbolotti Spanish a?icl French 

(Berlitz School of Languages. Boston) 

Mary Wilson Bohannon French 

(AB. William anil Mary College) 

Katiierine Hosmer English and History 

(A.B. Rollins College; Ecole Normale, Sevres. Seine-et-Oise, France) 

Mar in a Fov Lineberry Mathematics 

(A.M. Meredith College) 

Jessie Lemont Mai thews Physical Education 

(A B. Winthrop College) 



Music Department 



William H. Jones. A.A.G.O.. Director Piano. Organ, Voice. Theory 

(A.B. Trinity College. X. C.) 

Ei.va B. Nicholson Piano 

(Mount Allison Conservatory) 

Lei. i a Lee Trigg Piano and Assistant Organist 

(Royal Conservatory, Leipsic) 

Ethel Fielding Voice 

(New England Conservatory of Music) 



Twenty-four 







Twenty-five 



Mrs. Bessie Raye McMillan- Tiolin 

(Studied under Gustave Hagedorn) 



Art Department 



Nannie Smith Art 

(Teachers College; Columbia University) 



Expression Department 



Florence C. Davis, Director Expression. Dramatic Art 

(B.O. Emerson College) 

Business Department 

Lizzie H. Lee. Director Stenography. Typewriting, Bookkeeping 



Home Economics Department 



Elizabeth Bason _ Domestic Science, Domestic Art 

(A.B. Flora Macdonald; Teachers College; Columbia University) 



Saint Mary's School 
Officers 

Session 1930-'31 

Rev. Warren W. Way Rector 

Miss Catherine Seyton Ai.bertson Dean of Students 

Miss Virginia Henry Holt _ Academic Head 

Mrs. Frank Nash Librarian 

Mrs. Hut; h McLeod Study Hall 

Mrs. Nannie H. Marriott Dietitian 

Miss Florence U. Talbot Assistant Housekeeper 

Mrs. L. B. Naylor Matron of the Infirmary 

DR. H. B. Haywood. Jr School Physician 

Mr. Albert W. Tucker Secretary and Business Manager 

Miss Mela Allen Royai.l Alumnae Secretary 

Miss Juliet B. Sutton Secretary to the Rector 

Miss Mary Lewis Sasser Oj?ice Secretary 

Miss Doryce Wynne Office Secretary 



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"What will dearest Muvver 
Say!" lisped wee Kate 
As she drew her high chair up — 
Three minutes late! 

(Recorded history concerning Catherine 

Albertson, aged two years.) 

I always ask 
Whatever the task 
To be the lass 
To lead the class! 

Earliest thesis of V. H. H. aged five years. 

Mid trunks and train-tracks. 
Tiny drum and horn, 
Our little bustling Bill 
Is the busiest baby born! 

(Extract from a letter written by mother of 
our t.usiness manager when lie had reached 
the ripe age of eighteen months.) 



"Come here, listen to this folks 
Listen! Do! in pity! 
Have I ever told you this? 
It is very witty. 

(Warry Way at the tender age of 



Eager, alert and assertive — 
A BOSS is in her cradle! I bet 
The world will have a General 
In our wee. winsome Juliet! 

(A wager of Mrs. Sutton in 18- 
proved prophetic !) 



Her face was black — 

A "mammy from de Souf" — 

"Listen, chile, say shet yo' motif!" 

(Origin of our Billy Guess's familiar 
mand, "Cease all communications!") 



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Twenty-nine 




Senior Class 

Colors: Red and Gray Flower: Red Rose 

Motto: "He who conquers, conquers himself.'' 

Suzanne Bennett President 

Amy Williams Vice President 

Jane Shaffer Secretary 

Winifred Brickey Historian 

Julia Bates Bhown , Testator 

Betsy Harding Prophet 

Nancy Jones Poet 

Miss Hosmkr Adviser 

Special Note. — Madame Fly-fly of Chicago has examined the handwritings which fol- 
low and has submitted these adjectives (one for each initial) as an analysis of the in- 
dividual's character. 



Thirty 



ROSAMOND JOHNSON AMES 

Cortland, New York 

1927-1931 



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Commencement Marshal (3) ; May Court 
(1, 2, 3); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
College Club (1, 2); Altar Guild (3, 4); 
Assistant Business Manager o£ Stage 
Coach (3, 4); Track Team (1); Sub Mu 
White Basketball Team (2); Latin Club 
(1, 21; Censor Latin Club (21. 

Kidiculous, Jovial, Attractive 



MARY LONG GORDON BATTLE 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

1929-1931 
E A n 2 

President of E. A. P. Literary Society 
(2); Pan-Archon Council (2); Commence- 
ment Marshal (1); May Court (2); 
Granddaughters' Club (1, 2); Senior 
Statistics "Sunniest" (2) ; Supervisor of 
East Wing (1). 

Merry, Lovable, (iay, Buoyant 



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SUZANNB BENNETT 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

1928-1931 



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Dramatic Club (1, 2, 31; Riding Club 
(1. 2, 3); Sigma Varsity Hockey (3); 
President of Senior Class (3); Assistant 
Editor of Bulletin (1, 2); Honor Council 
(3); Pan-Archou Council (3). 

Sincere. Brisk 



WINIFRED BRICKEY 

Hampton, Va. 

1927-1931 



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College Club (1); Basketball Class 
Team (2, 3, 4) ; Basketball Sigma Varsity 
I 4 I : Hockey Class Team (2, 3, 4 ) ; Hockey 
Sigma Varsity (2, 3, 4) ; Hockey Honorary 
Varsity (2, 3, 4) ; Swimming Team (1, 4) ; 
Track Team (1. 2, 3, 4); Volleyball (1); 
Letter Club (3, 4): President Sigmas (3, 
41; Vice President Junior Class (3); 
Debate (3); Second "Most Popular" and 
"Athletic" (3); Senior Statistics. "Sopliis- 
ticated" 14); Class Historian (4); May 
Court (2. 4); Pan-Archon Council (1, 21. 

Willful, Brainy 



Thirty-two 



LOUISE LEFTWICH BRIDGES 

Raleigh, N. C. 

1929-1931 
E A II 

May Court (2). 

Lovable, Lively, Bright 



JULIA BATES BROWN 

Tarboro, N. C. 

1928-1931 



E A II 



Altar Guild (1, 2, 3); Y. P. S. L. Group 
Leader (1) ; Manager, Sigma Hockey Class 
Team (1); Basketball Class Team (2); 
Church Warden (3) ; "Most Original" (3) ; 
Hall President (3); Pan-Archon Council 
(2); Letter Club (2, 3); Annual Staff 
(3); Sigma Cheer Leader (2, 3); Vice 
President Altar Guild (2); President 
Y. P. S. L. (2); Varsity Sigma Hockey 
(2); Marshal (2); Dramatic Club (2, 3); 
Class Testator (3); Custodian of Banner 
for E. A. P. Literary Society (3); May 
Court (1, 2, 3). 

Jocund, Balmy. Beloved 





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JEAN CAMERON 

Mineola, N. Y. 

1929-1931 

Genial, Conscientious 



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SUE MARTIN CAPEHART 

Windsor. N. C. 

1927-1931 



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Granddaughters' Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Altai- 
Guild (2, 3, 4); Track Meet (3); Swim- 
ming Team (3. 4); Latin Club (1, 2); 
Choir (2, 3. 4); Telephone Tender (4). 

Sarcastic, Meritorious, Cogent 



Thirty-four 



MILDRED TAYLOR CARLTON 

Franklin, Va. 

1929-1931 
E A II 2 

Sketch Club (1); President Sketch Club 
(2); Annual Staff (2); May Court (2). 

Mystical. Tiny, Comely 




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DORIS CHAMBLEE 

Zebulon, N. C. 

192S-1931 



E A II 



Dramatic Club (1); Glee Club (1); May 
Court (1, 2); May Queen (3). 

Dainty, Cheerful 




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ELIZABETH HYMAN COLLINS 
Hillsboro, N. C. 



1927-1931 



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Altar Guild (2, 3, 4) ; President of Altai- 
Guild (3); Mu White Basketball Team 
(2); Mu Varsity Hockey Team (2, 3, 4); 
Tennis-Doubles Champion (2, 3); Letter 
Club (2, 3, 4); President Letter Club 
(3, 4) ; Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class 
(3); Pan-Archon Council (3, 4); "Most 
Popular" (3); School Varsity Hockey 
Team (2); Vice President Mus (3, 4); 
Hockey Manager (2); Tennis Manager 
(3, 4); Chapel Warden (4); Custodian of 
Sigma Lambda Banner (4); Y. P. S. L. 
Group Leader (2, 3); School Monogram 
(3); Cheer Leader (2); "Rowdy" (4). 

Enjoyable. Happy, Clamorous 



2 A II 



ARABEL PARKER COX 

Raleigh, N. C. 

1929-1931 

Amiable, Poised, Capricious 



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Thirty-six 



CATHERINE PACE COX 

Kinston, N. C. 

1929-1931 
E A n 

Altar Guild (1. 2); Office (2). 

Careful, Peaceful. Companionable 




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MADELEINE DANBO 

Beaver, Pa. 

192S-1931 



2 A n 



Sketch Club (1) : Sigma Hockey Varsity 
(1, 2); Vice President of Sigmas (3); 
Treasurer of E. A. P. Literary Society 
( 3 ) ; Riding Club (2, 3 ) ; Hockey Manager 
(3) ; "Most Popular" (3). 

Marvelous, Amusing, Diplomatic 




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Thirty-seven 




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MARY ADAIR EDWARDS 
Orlando, Fla. 



1929-1931 



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Choir (1); President Y. P. S. L. (2); 
Hall President (2); Mu Hockey Varsity 
(2); May Court (2); Bulletin Staff (1,2): 
Letter Club (21; School Swimming Team 
(2); Altar Guild (1); Pan Archon Coun- 
cil (2); Honor Council (2); School 
Hockey Varsity (2); Mu Swimming 
Team (2); Riding Club (1); Manager 
Mu Swimming Team (21. 

Modest, Affable, Enticing 




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MARY HILDA EVANS 

Raleigh, N. C. 

1929-1931 



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Maidenly, Helpful, Efficient 



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Thirty-eight 



CHARLOTTE DAVIE FITZSIMMONS 

Raleigh, N. C. 

1929-1931 
E A II M 

Library Assistant (1, 2); Tennis il); 
Mn Hockey (1, 2). 

Calm. Dauntless, Frank 



LOIS FRAZELLE 

Raleigh, N. C. 

192S-1931 



Dramatic Club (2, 3); President Day 
Students (3). 



Loyal, Fragile 




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MARY WATTERS HALL 

Oxford, N. C. 

1928-1931 



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Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3); Altar Guild 

(2, 3). 

Madly. Wondrously, Hilarious 



BETSY HUGHES HARDING 



Washington, N. C. 
1929-1931 



E A n 



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Literary Editor Stage Coach (1) ; Busi- 
ness Manager Stage Coach (2); Pan- 
Archon Council (2); Granddaughters Club 
(1, 2); Class Prophet (2); "Most Inde- 
pendent" Senior; Postoffice (2); Program 
Committee E. A. P. (2). 

Busy. Happy, Honorable 



Forty 



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MARY HOLT 

Raleigh, N. C. 

1928-1931 

Modest. Happy 



GENEVIEVE deSALES HUBBARD 

White Stone, Va. 

192S-1931 
Z A 2 

Sigma Varsity Hockey (2, 3); School 
Varsity; Sigma Varsity Basketball (21; 
Letter Club. 

Generous, Sunny. Humorous 




Forty-one 








NANCY GATEWOOD JONES 

Long Island 

1929-1931 



E A II 



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Dramatic Club (1, 2); "Little Women" 
(21 ; Riding Club (1, 2) ; Chairman Honor 
Committee (2); President Student Body 
(2); Secretary of School Council (2); 
Class Poet (2); "Most Influential" (2); 
"As You Like It" (1.) ; Assistant Editor of 
Bulletin (1); Inter-Literary Society De- 
bate (1,2); President Pan-Archon Council 
(2); Chairman Student Council (2); 
Winner Inter-Literary Society Poetry 
Contest (1); May Court (2); "Poise" (21. 

Xatural. Gracious, Judicious 



BETTY GRAY LONG 

Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

1929-1931 



2 A 



M 



President Sigma Lambda (2); Pan- 
Archon Council (2); Altar Guild (1, 2); 
Dramatic Club (1); Glee Club (1); 
Granddaughters' Club (1. 2); May Day 
Marshal (2). 

Benevolent, lienial. Loquacious 



Forty-two 



MARY MANNING LYNAH 
Savannah, Ga. 

1927-1931 

2 A 2 

Vice President of Freshman (2); Sigma 
Basketball Varsity (3); Tennis Manager 
(3, 4); Treasurer of Sigma Lambdas (4); 
Riding Club (4); Bulletin Staff (3, 4); 
Swimming Team (3, 4); Church Warden 
(41 ; Sigma Hockey Varsity (3, 4i; 
Runner-Up Tennis Doubles (3>; Secre- 
tary and Treasurer of Sigmas (3, 4); 
Honor Council (4); Altar Guild (4); 
"Laziest Senior" (4); Track Team (2, 3). 

Mischievous. Merry. Lackadasical 



ATHLEEN LEIGH MUNSOX 

Clemson College, S. C. 

1929-1931 



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Altar Guild (2); Mu Hockey Varsity 
(2); Honorary Hockey Varsity (2); 
Letter Club (2); "Most Unique Senior" 
(2); Manager Students Store (2). 

Amusing, Lively, Magnetic 




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SARA BURGWIN PARKER 

Charlotte, N. C. 

1929-1931 



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Assistant Business Manager of Stage 
Coach (1); President Granddaughters' 
Club (2); Church Warden (2); "Most 
Talkative" Senior (2); Granddaughters' 
Club (1); Y. P. S. L. Group Leader (2); 
Vice President E. A. P. Literary Society 
(2). 

Smiling. Brainy, Perky 



LOUISE PRITCHARD 

Asheville, N. C. 

1929-1931 
2 A JI 

Dramatic Club (1, 2); Hockey (2). 

Laudable, Pleasant 



Forty-four 



JANE ELIZABETH PURRINGTON 

Scotland Neck, N. C. 

1929-1931 
2 A 51 

President of Junior Class (11; Honor 
Council (1); Member of Sigma Lambda 
Program Committee (1, 2); Sigma 
Lambda Model Meeting (1, 2); Winner of 
Inter-Society Short Story Contest (1); 
Secretary-Treasurer of Young Peoplefs 
Service League (1); Pan-Archon Council 
(1, 21; Literary Editor of Stage Coach 
11); Editor-in-Chief of Stage Coach (2) ; 
Dramatic Club (2); Chief Marshal (1); 
May Day Usher (21; Hockey (2); Library 
Assistant (2); "Most Efficient" (2); 
Inter-Society Debater (2). 

Joyful, Energetic, Praiseworthy 



KATHERINE HENDERSON SCOGGIN 

Warrenton, N. C. 

1929-1931 
2 A 2 

Dramatic Club (1); Glee Club (1); 
Grandadughters' Club (1, 2); Secretary 
Sigma Lambda Literary Society (2); May- 
Day Marshal (2); Altar Guild (2); Rid- 
ing Club (2); Y. P. S. L. Group Leader 
(2). 

Kind, Helpful, Sociable 




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JANE TERRY SHAFFER 

Walterboro, S. C. 

1929-1931 



E A II 



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Secretary Senior Class; Secretary Y. P. 
S. L. (2); Hockey (1, 2); Mu Hockey 
Varsity (2); Basketball (1, 21; Manager 
Mu Basketball (2): Swimming (2); 
Library (2); "Sunniest Senior" (2); As- 
sistant Manager Student Store (2). 

Jolly. Talkative. Sincere 



JOSEPHINE SYMONS 

College Park. Md. 

1929-1931 



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M 



Riding Club (1, 2); Hockey (2); Swim- 
ming I 21; Track (1.2); "Most Enthusias- 
tic" Senior. 

Jaunty, Benign, Sensational 



Forty-six 



KATHERINE PUGH THIEM 

Raleigh, N T . C. 

1929-1931 
E A n 

Dramatic Club (1). 

Kapable. Prudent, Talented 



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ELIZABETH DeLANY WEATHERS 

Raleigh, N. C. 

1929-1931 
E A II M 

Elite, Diligent, Winsome 




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HAZEL JOSEPHINE WHITTEN 

Marion, N. C. 
1929-1931 



E A II 



Helpful, Joyful, Willing 



AMY GUION WILLIAMS 

New Bern, N. C. 

1929-1931 



E A II 



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Altar Guild (2); Mu Varsity Basket- 
ball (1, 2); Mu Varsity Hockey Team 
(2); Letter Club (1, 2); Vice President 
Senior Class (2); Vice President Service 
League (2); Mu President (2); Pan- 
Archon Council (2); "Best All-Round" 
(2) ; "Best Athlete" (2) ; Y. P. S. L. Group 
Leader (2); Swimming Team (1, 2); 
Crucifer (2); Maid of Honor in May 
Court (2); Dramatic Club (1); Sketch 
Club (1); "Versatile" (21. 

Accomplished, Gracious, Winning 



Forty-eight 






VIRGINIA FLEMMING YANCEY 

Marion, N. C. 

1928-1931 
Z A 2 

Editor-in-Chief of Bulletin (31 ; Honor 
Council (2, 31; Pan-Archon Council (3 1; 
Choir (1, 2, 3); Y. P. S. L. Group Leader 
(3); Riding Club (1. 2, 3); Letter Club 
(2, 3); Sigma Varsity Hockey Team (1. 
2, 3) ; Honorary Varsity Hockey Team 
(1, 2, 3) ; Sigma Varsity Basketball (1, 2, 
3); Honorary Varsity Basketball (2, 3); 
Basketball Manager (3); Track Squad 
(1, 2); Swimming (1, 2, 3 ) ; "Most Ambi- 
tious" Senior; Captain Sigma Varsity 
Basketball (3). 

A'ivacious, Friendly, Youthful 




Forty-nine 



Historv of the Class of 1931 

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ISN'T it funny how one thing leads to another? Well, that's how history is made, you 
know. Take for instance the day it rained last week. The rain led to my staying 
indoors, which in turn led me on in search of entertainment. 

I was looking for a book when I came across a photograph album I had kept since '27. 
The first faces I saw I recognized as the property of my old classmates. Manning, Sue 
Martin, "Rosie," and "Boo" respectively. Manning with her long hair, Sue Martin with 
her boyish bob, and Rosie and Boo both the same size then that they are now. I could 
never forget them after all we went through together. Although Manning wasn't in 
our class that first year, she actually exerted herself, for once in her life, worked, and 
caught up with us. Anyway, we were all underclassmen together, and shared the hope 
that someday in the dim future, we would be allowed to go to town without a chaperon. 
In spite of our envy of the Juniors and Seniors, we enjoyed our first year of school life 
with its round of class parties, athletic and literary events, and special occasions. 
Speaking of the latter, I'll bet we enjoyed the Seniors' dance at the end of the year 
as much as the Seniors themselves. 

When we first started on our long search for knowledge, namely our school career, we 
numbered twenty-seven but the following September we were but five — yes, the five! 
We did not emphasize the the quite so much, however, when we realized that we were 
five out of forty-one this year and surrounded by many new faces and one new building. 
(The old Senior Hall had been replaced by the larger and more modern Holt Hall, which 
accommodated Juniors as well as Seniors.) 

As I turned several pages of the old album, memories of that second year came back 
to me at sight of some of my Sophomore sisters snapped at odd moments and sometimes 
"in. the act" as it were. There were Yancey and Gen who kept up the class reputation 
in athletics, just before going to battle on the basketball court; Julia Brown in white 
ducks escorting a bejewelled young lady to the Junior Cotillion; "Beans" Bennett dressed 
up to a million and willing to wear her weeds with a smile since the Dramatic Club play 
was over and she had done her bit; and last and saddest, the whole class in White 
commencement dresses. You would have looked sad too, if you had been to the school 
party the night before, and knew you were saying goodbye for always to many good 
friends. 

That snap had such 'a chilling effect on me that I turned the page quickly and met 
the eyes of our Junior President — Jane Purrington, so capable that we pounced upon 
her as soon as she arrived at St. Mary's her first year and made her our leader. Of 
course, she was glad to be at the head of such an attractive class (we thought she would 
be) and promptly started helping us to have a big time. 

All of the class of '31 were together that third year except Doris Chamblee. But she 
couldn't stay away from us long and joined our ranks again after Christmas. I think 
she appreciated more than anyone else our new privilege of going to town on a week day. 

The talents of our class were increased a great deal that year by our new members. 
In athletics we gained still more prominence through Amy and "Eddie." Jane Shaffner. 
Betty Gray Long and Betsy Harding all helped Yancey to uphold the academic standard. 
Catherine Thiem, Louise Prichard, and of course, Sue Bennett and Rosie Ames brought 
dramatic honors to our class while, in the literary field, we were represented by Jane 
Purrington, who won the short story contest, and "Jonesy," who really can write poetry. 

At about that point in my reminiscences, I came across a rare picture. It was Julia 
Bates in a devil's costume. She must have been "playing monkey" when that was taken. 

It certainly did our hearts good to have charge of the Devils' Cave at the Halloween 
Party. At last we had our chance to make others tremble with suspense and expectation. 
That wasn't all we made them do, either — we were very resourceful Juniors. 

Next to the devil "playing monkey" was a snapshot of Santa Claus. The only way I 
had of knowing the jolly old fellow was my good friend "Boo" was through inside 



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information. Yon see. I helped "Boo" to fool her public at the Christmas party and I 
must say it was a good job. Another Christmas entertainment that was enjoyed by all 
(we hoped) was the Junior dance. We had to make money for the big event of the year, 
the Junior-Senior Banquet, and we chose the most pleasant way we knew to do it. That 
banquet was a momentous occasion as the evening dresses and corsages of the girls in 
my pictures testify. Besides all the fun it gave us, this occasion held a deeper signifi- 
cance for us. It made us realize that in a few more months we would be taking the 
places of the girls who were our guests. 

This fact came home to us still more at the end of the year when we made the daisy 
chain for the Seniors. There were many blistered hands among the members of out- 
class after the Sunday afternoon spent in picking daisies, and many sleepy heads after 
the morning we got up at five-thirty to make the chain; but the result of our work was 
worth the trouble. That night, the last in the year, we, the prospective Seniors of '31. 
serenaded the graduates and the rest of the school. 

On the last pages of my photograph album, the faces of my former friends seemed to 
be more dignified. I suppose we were imbued with a sense of responsibility for the 
standard we were to uphold, and awed by the high position we found ourselves occupying 
in September. 1931. We were now at the top as the much admired and looked-up-to 
Seniors! Since ours was the most important class in school we had elected our president 
at the end of the previous year but she had failed to appear when the curtain opened 
on the last act of our career at St. Mary's. And although Fernow's absence even caused 
tears among certain of my classmates we soon singled out one, Bennett, from our midst 
who soon convinced us that we lacked nothing in our new executive. Under her guidance, 
we launched into our last year with a zest that would surely surmount the many 
obstacles in front of us (such as essays and exams.) 

In spite of our new dignity, we hadn't lost any of our abilities as a class. Gen as 
Miss Talbot and Betty Gray as Miss Trigg in the Halloween Senior Stunt proved that 
and were enough to make us go down in history. 

"Eddie" in pajamas and long curls set a new fashion and reminded me of our Christ- 
mas play. 

On the night of February 14, I became fully convinced that Mr. Zeigtield would have 
strong competition if our class ever took a serious interest in vaudeville. But what's 
the use of putting the poor man out of business? 

The next snaps were taken just before spring holidays and the Seniors looked a little 
peaked. You know graduation depended on those essays. Although the experience left 
us feeling rather vague, 1 think every one passed safely over that rough place; and the 
next thing I remember we were being entertained by the class of '32 at a banquet as 
lovely as ours of the year before. 

The last picture in my album was that of the class of '31 in cap and gown. Y'ou know 
what that meant — farewells, tears, relief, joy, regret, the end, and also the beginning. 

Need I say more? 



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Class Poem 

THE light of day o'ercomes the fleeting night, 
A vale of dazzling glory is displayed, 
The rose and gray that usher in the light 
Are with a golden brilliancy arrayed. 

Thus are the gloomy clouds of darkness fled, 
Covered the world lies with a pure, sweet fleece, 
A crystal whiteness softly tinged with red, 
The day is born and all things are at peace. 

And so must we go forth to make our way. 
We passed our happy school days without fame, 
We learned the joyful art of work and play 
Yet did it without blazoning a name. 

This was our ISTight — and now the Dawn appears, 
And even as the azure dawn of morn 
Brings hope and joy, and conquers childish fears, 
So now are hopes and grim ambition born. 

'Tis ours to strive toward a more glorious morn 
Made rosy by the light of worthy deed 
Ours to relieve, to aid a world forlorn, 
Ours to help wherever there be need. 

Through Life's all-hopeful morn so shall we go, 
Achieving, striving higher, toward our goal 
Until the gray of twilight, creeping slow 
Shall softly wrap us in her tender fold. 

So when, dear Lord, the night for us shall fall, 
O, may it take us gently, yet prepared, 
Confirmed in that our living hath to all 
Left benefit, in goodness amply shared. 



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Last Will and Testament 



ON this first day of June, nineteen hundred and thirty-one, we the senior class of 
Saint Mary's School, being gathered together in solemn assembly on the eve of 
our departure into the great unknown, do testify to the following articles which we 
sincerely and sadly bequeath to those whom we so regretfully leave behind us. We do 
hereby declare all preceding wills null and void. 

Article I 

Sec. 1. To the Juniors, who follow where we have led, we leave our ability for acquir- 
ing, holding, and utilizing Senior privileges, our energetic participation in all school 
activities, especially academic, and our widespread reputation for producing musical 
comedies. 

Sec. 2. To the Sophomores, who now, become Juniors, we leave our dignity, in hopes 
that they will guard it and carry it as well as we have. 

Artici.?: II 

Sec. 1. Rosamond Ames leaves her petit physique and Northern "brogue" to Maria 
Chadwiek. 

Sec. 2. Winifred Brickey bequeaths her ability as stage director (including sarcasm), 
and her undying loyalty to the Sigmas to Nancy Barnwell and Mary F. Howard. 

Sec. 3- Sue Martin Capehart leaves her appreciation of Miss Lalor's humor, to Nedjy 
Patterson, in hopes that Nedjy will profit thereby. 

Sec. 4. Mary Hall wills her brilliant Spanish career to Margaret Boney. 

Sec. 5. Hazel Whitten and Genevieve Hubbard bequeath their undying friendship to 
Gay Johnson and Nancy Boxley. 

See. 6. Louise Bridges leaves the habit of the constant rearrangement of her coiffure 
in class to Grayce Mary Justice. 

Sec. 7. Nancy Jones bequeaths to the incoming Student Body President her influence, 
patience, and untiring efforts for the betterment of Saint Mary's. 

Sec. S. Jane Shaffer leaves her smiling countenance and her ability to concentrate, 
to her who is in the most need of these admirable qualities. 

Sec. H. Sue Bennett wills her ability to agree with her roommate to the Paine who 
needs it most. 

Sec. 10. Jane Purrington bequeaths, with many sighs and heartaches the dummy for 
the annual, and all other necessities, plus her efficient nature to the Editor-in-Chief of 
the Stage Coach of nineteen-thirty-two. 

See. 11. Mildred Carlton wills her appreciation of a conspicious brown roadster to 
Weldon Petty. 

Sec. 12. Josephine Symons leaves her elocutionary powers in English N to Nancy Webb. 

Sec. 13. Amy Williams wills her ability to lead the Mils to victory, to be fought over 
by Betty Simmons and Isabelle Mulligan. 

Sec. 14. Charlotte Fitz-Simons leaves her superfluous hairpins to Alice Horsley. 
Arabel Cox wills her never failing sense of humor to Charlotte Davis. 
Lois Frazelle bequeaths her well known dramatic ability to Edith Dando. 
Athleen Munson wills her unique personality and cute ways to Olive Wilson. 
Catherine Cox leaves her ability for stealthily passing notes in Economics 
class, to Jane Jones. 

See. 19. Elizabeth Collins bequeaths her timid nature and retiring air. to be divided 
between Kwei Sung and Kwei Chuen. 



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Sec. 20. Sara Parker leaves her affection for A. T. O.'s to Nell Tyler. 

Sec. 21. Mary Adair Edwards regretfully and sorrowfully bequeaths her curls to 
"Angle" Graham. 

Sec. 22. Madeleine Dando bequeaths her delightful personality and reputation of being 
"most popular," to the most home-sick Prep in nineteen thirty-two. 

Sec. 23. Betty Gray Long leaves her undying devotion for the Sigma Lambda Literary 
Society and for her studies, to the incoming president of the society and to Maria 
Parham. 

Sec. 24. Doris Chamblee and Julia Bates Brown with sighs and sorrows bequeath their 
reputation for the "best kept room" to Margaret Dey and Katherine Jamieson. 

Sec. 25. Mary Long Battle leaves her happy disposition and lovable nature to Barbara 
Henderson. 

Sec. 26. Virginia Yancey wills not only her brilliant academic career, but her 
athletic victories as well, to Kathleen Hatcher. 

Sec. 27. Louise Prichard leaves her deepest sympathy for all poor seniors who will be 
required to room in Senior Hall next year, and therefore will be deprived of the 
pleasures of West Wing. 

Sec. 2S. Betsy Harding bequeaths her position in the employ of Uncle Sam to the 
girl who has the next most curiosity. 

Sec. 29. Katherine Scoggin leaves her boisterous manners and undignified carriage 
(meaning posture) to Virginia Turnage and Gertrude Mott. 

Sec. 30j Katherine Thiem, Hilda Evans, and Elizabeth Weathers bequeath then- 
reputation as the most brilliant Day Students to lone Moye, Julia Lundy, and Caroline 
Mann. 

Sec. 31. Mary Manning Lynah regretfully leaves her feminine ways and graceful walk, 
plus her great ability on and off the stage, to Margaret Morrison. 

ARTICLE III 

See. 1. To Dr. Way, who has not only filled our heads with knowledge, but our hearts 
with love, we leave our devotion and sincere thanks for an enjoyable social, and several 
senior privileges. 

Sec. 2. To Miss Albertson, who has helped us, stood by us, forgiven us, and placed her 
memory in the hearts of all, we leave our lasting love and affection. 

Sec. 3. To Miss Holt, who has aided, with a helpful hand, each of us toward gradua- 
tion, we bequeath our sincere love and appreciation. 

Sec. 4. To Mrs. Marriott we leave many, many thanks for our excellent late Monday 
breakfasts. 

Sec. 5. To Miss Hosmer, our adviser, to Miss Sutton, our steadfast friend, and to 
Mr. Tucker, our always helpful business manager, we leave our love and appreciation 
for all they have done for us. 

Am [CLE IV 

Sec. 1. To Saint Mary's, our Alma Mater, which has stamped a memory of good work, 
good times, and good friends upon our hearts, we leave our lasting devotion, with a 
promise to return from time to time, and to send each of our female offsprings to be 
taken under her wing. 

Julia Bates Brown, 

Testator. 
Witnesses: 

Douis Chamblee 
Jane Pvurinoton 
Madeleine Dando 



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Diary of a Senior 

(With all due apologies to Mr, Pepys ) 



Jan. 11. (Lord's Day.) This morning I rose, got to breakfast on time, finishing 
toilet en route. Went to Sunday School and Church (we being forced to do samel 
where preacher did make very good sermon (they say. I being asleep). Received special 
from Johnny. Good dinner, gorged myself until miserable. Stayed home all rest hour 
answering letters. To chapel again in evening. After supper to meeting of Service 
League for first time this year. Members did argue endlessly on subjects they admitted 
knowing nothing about. At night to bed in another girl's room. Pound at one a.m. 
by teacher with flashlight. To my own room and so to bed. 

Jan. 12. To detention this morning for being insufficiently clad. My roommate did 
receive eight shillings from home, whereupon we patronized the little store; this 
rousing our spirits from the depths — brand new package of gum but later extracted 
from mouth by my Lady Davis. Am contemplating cultivating Izzy James' friendship 
— am interested in her closet grocery store. To infirmary this afternoon to have head 
examined. Quietness in night study hall bothered me much. To bed in own room. 

Jan. 13. Today my unlucky day. my Lady Albertson did scold us severely in assembly — 
we talking too incessantly. Did have to report ourselves and receive two weeks 
restriction. My Lady Holt did sit on me on subject of Isaak Walton (I not being at 
fault because we were not acquainted). Was much displeased in chemistry — My Lady 
Miller giving pop written and I unprepared. Spinach for dinner, also liver. Did go 
visiting after dinner and learn all of latest scandal. Studied a little. Wrote one letter 
which was later found on floor, my Lady McLeod unable to find owner — I not aiding 
in search. No excitement on hall. Lights out and so to bed. 

Jan. 14. Unable to finish "Kallikak Family" so betake myself to infirmary, groaning 
with much ado. Company of eight engaged in like manner. Pills, pills, pills, all under 
the pillow. Soup and crackers in bed. Did write home in wails. Feeling much better, 
Hygiene being over. Ice cream. Betook myself home at night. 

Jan. 15. Studied today. Had it to do. teachers shewing themselves liard boiled. Did 
study nearly an hour on English and Spanish, thoughts being on Johnny whole time. 
Appeared dumb in both classes. Hope to make better impression on my exams by much 
cramming. Wore new hose which did tear beyond redemption. Men of pleasing counte- 
nance do pass campus, flirting. Not handsome as my Johnny. To feast — mustard, onions, 
hot-dogs, pickles. Stomaeh-achedly to bed. 

Jan. 16. Started reducing again today. No breakfast, no lunch, refused candy. So 
hungry at dinner — thirteen rolls and so to infirmary. 

Jan. 20. Up by alarm at four a.m. to study for exam. Light off at four-fifteen. I 
being too sleepy. Two exams this morning. Finished each within hour, I knowing 
little concerning subjects. No exam tomorrow so five letters written in study hall — 
was requested to deposit gum in waste basket. Race after study hall for bath tub. Got 
forth promise on one. Bath after lights — not caught. Company for night (we staying 
lately in our own room). Ate chocolate in dark — discussed faculty. Tvly Lady Mor- 
rison did appear suddenly. "Disperse ye villains!" Two depart, four in closet crawl 
out later, and so to bed. 

Jan. 24. Finished last exam this morning. Perfect relaxation. Now have only Senior 
Essay. Annual, Senior Vaudeville, Colonial Ball, Fashion Show, and Dramatic Club 
play to complete before Spring vacation. 



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Junior Class 

Colors: Green and White Flower: Chrysanthemum 

Caroline Dunn President 

Bonnie June Cassidy Vice President 

Gertrude Mott.... Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Matthews Glass AAvisgr 

STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS 

Caroline Dunn 
Bonnie June Cassidy 
Grace Woodruff 



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Nakcy Barnwell 
Plandome, N. Y. 

Grace Bowes 
Rockingham, N. C. 



Fannie Belle Bray 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Ruth Buchan 
Henderson, N. C. 



Bonnie June Cassidy 
Roslyn, N. Y. 

Ann Church 
New Bern, N. C. 



Elizabeth Marshall Davis 
Durham, N. C. 



Margaret Stuart Dey 
Norfolk, Va. 



Edith Douglass 
Brandon, Vt. 



Carolyn Drew 
Southern Pines, N. C. 




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Caroline Winder Dunn 
New Bern, N. C. 

Helen Frazei.le 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Lucy Marshall Goode 
Dinwiddie, Va. 

Flora Graham 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Georoianna Graham 
Sumter, S. C. 

Marina Henry 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Virginia Hoyi.e 
Lincolnton, N. C. 

Florence Hughes 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Isabel James 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Katiiekine Jamieson 
Oxford, N. C. 



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Elzalene Johnston 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Vera Johnston 

Raleigh, N. C. 



I.NEZ JOXES 

Home, Ga. 

Graysb Justice 
Marion, N. C. 



Many Ellen Lawrence 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Naxcy Lewis 
Tappahannock, Va. 



Mm.lixe Lyox 
Davidson, N. C. 

Caroline Mass 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Henrietta Maktin 

Norfolk, Va, 



Annette Mohkis 
New York, N. Y. 




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Gertrude Mori 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Maey London Noe 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Betty Pakker 
St. Simons Island, Ga. 



Many Parker 
Asheville, N. C. 



Nkd.jy Patterson 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Sara Clay Paylor 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Belle Peri.ey 
Black Mountain. N. C. 

Mary Andrews Person 
Ashland, Ky. 



Weldon Petty 
Charleston, W. Va. 

Grace Reid 
Richmond. Va. 



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Elsa McKay Rose 
Greenville, S. C. 



Mary Weight Siiand 
Columbia, S. C. 



Anne Tillinghast 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Ltjcy Toncray 
Johnson City, Tenn. 



Janet Tucker 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Frances "Williams 
Virginia Beach. Va. 



Olive Wilson 
Fort Benning, Ga. 

Charlotte Winborne 
Marion, N. C 



Jocelyn Winstead 
Baltimore, Md. 

Imogene Young 
Pueblo, Colo. 




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CONIDIIIITONAL JlDfNlWMRS 




LOUISE ANDERSON MARGARET BONEY SALLY BUCHANAN ELIZABETH COMBS 





TRANCES DAVIS MARY DAVIS riARY D0RSETT R0SA6TLL ELLIOTT 




MARY HOWARD 



ARABELLA JOHNSTON vMNIE JOLLY 



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Concentration 

O TUDY hall is such a fascinating place, 

k - J There's a different expression on every face 

Someone is using the dictionary — 

She must he looking up "missionary." — '; 

The teacher now is ringing the bell 

The noise it makes is really swell. 

But it's getting weak! Must he chewing gum 

That someone stuck on it — that was dumb! 

Many let down their crowning glory — 

Some bury themselves in a story, 

One is erect enough to he a pew. 

She is actually studying — among the few. 

We live to learn in life's hard study hall. 
Readers, writers, wonderers, sleepers, all — 
Why wasn't I horn to he very wise 
Instead of having a pair of wandering eyes? 



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SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL 
AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

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WEEKLY CALENDAR OF EVENTS 



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Sophomores 

Colors: Black and Gold Flower: Black-eyed-susan 

Isabelle Mulligan President 

Hope Wright Vice President 

Frances Goouiicic Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Lai.or Class Adviser 

Student Council Members 
Isai:ei.i.e Mulligan Mary Frances Cooper 

Adams. E. Goolrick. F. McKay, M. I. 

Ciieang. Kwei Ciiuen Lovett, S. W. McMillan, L. 

Cheang, Kwei Sung Mulligan, I. Robinson. V. 

Cooper, M. McDonald. M. Shands, E. 

SmU'IIERMAN. R. Vass, A. 

Troxler, T. Williams. L. A. 
Wright, H. 



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Freshman Class 

Nancy Boxley President 

Virginia Ciiisolji Vice President 

Miss Bohannon Class Adviser 

Student Council Member 
Nancy Boxley 

Beneker. M. Davis. C. Hodge. C. 

Boxley. N. Goodwin, P. Johnson, G. 

Chadwick, M. Hardin, C. Jones. J. 

Ciiisoi.m, V. Hasselle, M. Lundy, J. 

Clarke, D. Hioley, M. MacMillan, H. 

Moore, M. Naylor, V. 

Morris. R. Raoul, R. 

Mhyk. I. Simmons, S. 
Smith, B. 



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Preps 

Martha Mellon President 

Perry Belle Walton Vice President 

Miss Sutton Class Adviser 

student Council Manlier 
Martha Mellon 

Anderson, M. Hatcher, K. Linehan, D. 

BtiGG, M. Hohkley, A. Love, C. 

Chase, B. Jordan, H. Maeyer, J. 

Copeland, L. Knott, S. Mellon, M. 

Crocker, K. Kurn, D. Milmow, M. 

Mosby, A. Simmons, B. 

Paine, S. Thomas, H. 

Paixe, B. Turhage, V. 

Parham, M. Tyler, N. 

Walton, P. B. 
Webb, A. 
Webb, N. 
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Pan-Archon Council 

Nancy Jones President of Student Body 

Suzanne Bennett Senior President 

Caroline Dunn Junior President 

Isabelle Mulligan Sophomore President 

Nancy Boxi.ey Freshman President 

Martha Mellon Prep President 

Jane Purrington Editor-in-Chief of Stage Coach 

Betsy Harding Business Manager of Stage Coach 

Virginia Yancey Editor-in-Chief of Bulletin 

Mary Long Battle President of Epsilon Alpha Pi 

Betty Grey Long President Sigma Lambda 

Amy Williams Mu President 

Winifred Brickev S ig in a President 

Mary Adair Edwards President Church School Service League 

Anne Tillingiiast President Altar Guild 

Nancy Barnwell President Dramatic Club 

Elizabeth Collins President Letter Club 



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MARY PARKER 

LITERARV EDITOR 



MARGARET DEY 

LITERARY EDITOR 



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CHARLOTTE WlNBORNE 

ASSISTANT BUSIHES5 MANAGER 



MILDRED CARLTON 

ART EDITOR 



MARY ANDREWS PERSON 

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Altar Guild 

Miss Bason, Miss Smith Supervisors 

Anne Wetmore Tillingiiast __ ... President 

Harriett Stowers, Amy Williams Flower Committee 

Sue Capkiiart. Catherine Cox : Brass Committee 

Maky Hall. Li cy Toxchay Linen Committee 

MEMBERS 

Ames. R. Collins, E. Jones. I. W. 

Boney, M. Cox. C. Long. B. G. 

Brown, J. B. Dunn. C. Lyxaii. M. M. 

Capehart. S. M. Elliott. R. Mulligan. I. 

Church, A. Hall. M. Minsox, A. 

Parker, B. Stowers, H. 

Person, M. A. Tii.ungiiast, A. 

SCOGGIX, K. ToXlRAY, L. 

Williams, A. 



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Choir Members 

Miss Fielding Leading Soprano 

Mr. Jones Organist 

Miss Tkigg Assistant Organist 

Amy Williams Crucifier 

Anderson, Louise Davis. Frances Hancock, Gertrude 

Bugg, Margaret Douglas, Edith Johnston, Elzalend 

Cai'ehart, Sue Martin Drew, Carolyn Jones, Jane 

Church, Anne Goodwin, Parker Loye, Carolyn 

Martin, Henrietta Raoul, Rosine 

Nayxor, Virginia Tyler. Nell 

Patterson, Nedjy Tillingiiast, Anne 

Wood, Dorothy 
Wright, Hope 
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Eighty-two 




Eighty-three 




E. A. P. 



Mary Long Battle .President 

Sara Parker : Vice President 

Caroline Hardin" Secretary 

Madeleine Daxdo ,. Treasurer 

Julia Bates Bbown Custodian of the Banner 

Miss Cooke Faculty Adviser 



Adams, A. E. 






COMBS 






Hardin 


Adams, E. S. 






Cooper 






Harding 


Anderson, M, 






Cox, C. 






Hex-derson, A. 


Battle 






Daxdo, E. 






HORSLEY 


Boxley 






Dando, M. 






Howard 


BONEY 






Davis, F. 






Jamiesox 


Bowes 






Dey 






Jones, N. G. 


BROWN 






DOUGLASS 






Jones, J. I. 


Buchanan 






Drew 






Johnston, A. 


BUGG 






Dickerson 






Jordax t , S. M. 


Carlton 






Edwards 






Jones, I. W. 


Cassidy 






French 






Justice 


CHAMBXiEK 






Goojjuck 






Knott, S. 


Chase 






Graham, G. 






Love 


Cheanh, K. C. 






Hall 






Loyett 


Ciikani:, K. S. 


Lyon, R 

Lucas 


. m 


Hasselle 


Raper 
RErD 




Lyon, M. B. 




MacMili 


-A N . 


H. 


Robinson, 


A 






M' MlLLAK, 


L. 


Rose 








MORRIS, 


R. 




Shands, E. 






MOSBY 






Simmons, 


s. 






MOTT 






Simmons, 


B. 






MULLIGAN 




Shaffer 








PARHAM 






Smith 








Parker, 


M. 


T 


Stowers 








Parker, 


S. 


B. 


Stanforh 








PETTY 






Styron 








Perley 






SMITHERMAN 










Tlt.I.IXGHAST 














TON' RAY 














TURNAGE 














TVLER 














\Vatts 














"WEBB, A. 














Webb, X. 














W MITTEN 














WlLUNGHAM 














WlNSTEAD 














WILLIAMS, A. 


G. 












Young 









Eighty-four 




Eighty-five 




Commencement Marshals '31 

Margaret Dey, Chief Marshal Epsilon Alpha Pi 

Margaret Boxey Epsilon Alpha Pi 

{Catherine Jamieson Epsilon Alpha Pi 

Rosabell Elliott Sigma Lambda 

Lucy Marshall Goode Sigma Lambda 



Eighty-six 



Inter-Society Debate 



QUERY: Resolved, that a government fund for public works is the hest relief measure 
during recurring periods of unemployment. 

Affirmative Negative 

Sigma Lambda Epsilon Alpha Pi 

Saeah Vann Nancy Jones 

Jane Purrington Edith Douglass 



Eighty-seven 1 







Sigma Lambda 

Betty Gray Long President 

Nancy Barnwell Vice President 

Kaihkrixe Scoggin Secretary 

Mary Manning Lynah Treasurer 

Elizabeth Collins Custodian of the Banner 

Miss Glenn - Faculty Adviser 

Ames Dunn Johnston, e, 

.nisDERSON. L. ElGHME JOLLY 

Barnwell Elliott Jordan 

Bennett Evans Josi.in 

Bray Frazellk Kurn 

Brkkey Gantt Lewis 

buchan goode long 

Burton Goodwin Lynah 

Cameron Graham, A. Maeyer 

Capehart Graham, F. Mann 

Chadwick Gray Martin 

ChishOlm Hancock M ki.lon 

Church Hatcher Milmiiw 

Clarke Henry Morris, A. 

Collins Hdii.kv Morrison 

Cope land Hodge Munson 

Crocker Hoyle McDonald 

Davis. C. Hubbard .McKay 

Davis, E. James N'ayi.or 

Davis, M. Johnson, G-. Noe 

Paine. S. Robinson, V. 

Paine. B. Rux 

Parker, B. S. Scoggin 

Patterson Shand 

Person Snyder 

Petty Stewart 

Poole Symons 

pritcharh toncrav 

Purrtnoton Troxi.er 

Raoul Vann 

Rapes Widbin 

Williams, A. 

WlLl IA\IS, P. 

Wilson 

WlNHORNE, C. 
WlNBORNE, M. 

Wood 

Woodruff 

Wrioht 






Eighty-eight 




Eighty-nine 



Trials and Jubilations 

C IGMA Lambda and Epsilon Alpha Pi 
^ Are societies founded many years ago. 
They're the cause of many a tear as well as many 

a sigh 
But when success comes, joy disperses woe. 

First there's a model meeting 
And all the girls compete. 
Then a poem must be written 
In all forms — new and obsolete. 

Xext follows quickly the debate 
It counts more than all the rest. 
And as for the short story ! 
It calls forth lots of zest. 

As they have struggled years before us, 
So we work with all our might. 
And when we've passed into a memory, 
More driven souls will carry on the fight. 



Ninety 




e Jn.lfj 



Ninety-one 




The Granddaughters Club 



Saha Parker - President 



Mary Long Battle. Rocky Mount, X. C. 
granddaughter of 
Lavima Daniel. Rocky Mount, N. C. 

St'K Martin Capeiiart. Windsor, N. C. 
granddaughter of 
Mart Martin Capeiiart, Avoca. N. C. 

Caroline Windkr Dunn, New Bern. N. C. 
daughter of 
Octama Winder Hughes. New Bern. N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Caroline Ann Win I r. Ri'eith, N. C. 

great granddaughter of 
Octavia Bryan. Raleigh, N. C. 

Gertrude Davis Hancock, Beaufort. N. C. 
daughter of 
Sally Gertrude Davis, Beaufort, N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Laura Duncan. Beaufort. N. C. 



Betsy Hughes Harding, Washington, N. C. 
granddaughter of 
Mary Elizabeth Hughes, Washington, N. C. 

Mary Ferebee Howarii. Tarboro, N. C. 
daughter of 
Mary Ferebee, Norfolk, Va. 

Marina Henry, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
daughter of 
Mary Elizabeth Harding, Washington, X. C. 

granddaughter of 
Elizabeth Hughes. Washington, N. C. 

Barbara Henderson, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
daughter of 
Minna Curtis Bynum, Lincolnton, N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Elizabeth Brow.nrigg, Salisbury, N. C. 



Ninety I wi 



Isabel Clark James, Wilmington. N. C. 
daughter of 
Isabel Hamilton Clark. Tarboro, N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Alice Hill Haugiiton. Pittsboro, N. C. 

Jane Iredell Jones. Newton, N. C. 
granddaughter of 
Augusta Henrietta Porcher. Wilmington, 
N. C. 

great granddaughter of 
Jane Moore Iredell. Wilmington. N. C. 

Ruth Mardre Lyons. Windsor, N. C. 
daughter of 
Ruth Mardre, Windsor, N. C. 

Betty Gray Long. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
daughter of 
Minnie Greenougii Burgwin. Jackson. N. C. 

Henrietta Martin. Norfolk. Va. 
granddaughter of 
Elizabeth Stark. Norfolk, Va. 

Gertrude Mott, Raleigh, N. C. 
daughter of 
Elizabeth Trapier. Raleigh. N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Gertrude Haywood. Raleigh. N. C. 

Lillian McMhlan. Oberlin, Ohio 
daughter of 
Mary Slocumb. Fayetteville, N. C. 

Mary London Noe. Wilmington. N. C. 
great granddaughter of 
Sally London Green, Wilmington. N. C. 

Mary Toole Parker. Asheville. N. C. 
granddaughter of 
Martha Belle Turner. Salisbury, N. C. 

Sara Burgwin Parker. Charlotte. N. C. 
granddaughter of 
Frances Anne Johnston. Edenton, N. C. 

Mary Andrews Person. Ashland, Ky. 
daughter of 
Mary Haywood Andrews, Raleigh, N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Margaret Pearson Fowle, Raleigh, N. C. 

great granddaughter of 
Ellen Brent Pearson. Washington. N. C. 

Elsa Rose, Greenville. S. C. 
daughter of 
Margaret Smedes. Raleigh, N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Henrietta Smedes 



Mrs. Bennett Smedes. Raleigh, N. C. 

great granddaughter of 
Mrs. Albert Smedes, Raleigh. N. C. 

[■Catherine Henderson Scoggin. Warrenton, N. C. 
great granddaughter of 
Lucy Davis Hawkins. Warrsnton. N. C. 

Mary Wright Siiand. Columbia, S. C. 
granddaughter of 
Helen Iredell Jones. Columbia, S. C. 

Catherine Elizabeth Shands. Gainsville, Fla. 
daughter of 
Catherine London Hawkins. Jacksonville. 
Fla. 

great granddaughter of 
Eliza Catherine London. Pittsboro, N. C. 

Anne Wetmore Tii.lixghast. Fayetteville, N. C. 
daughter of 
Anne Troy Wetmore, Raleigh, N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Elizabeth Hall, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Virginia Turnage, Ayden. N. C. 
daughter of 
Helen Quinerly. Ayden, N. C. 

Sarah Dixon Vann. Franklinton, N. C. 
daughter of 
Elizabeth McDonald Dixon. Edenton. N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Sai.lie Dlllaro, Edenton. N. C. 

Olive Wilson, Fort Benning. Ga. 
daughter of 
Olive Marie Morrill. Snow Hill, N. C. 

granddaughter of 
Jerry Brown, Greenville, N. C. 

Molly Jernigan Winborne. Raleigh, N. C. 
granddaughter of 
Fannie Sharp Jernigan, Harrellsville, N. C. 

Annie Ruffin Webb, Hillsboro. N. C. 
granddaughter of 
Alice Hill, Hillsboro, N. C. 

Helene Battle Willingham. Rocky Mount, N. C. 
great granddaughter of 
Henrietta Parker. Tarboro, N. C. 

M.aria Justice Dewey Chadwick. Norfolk. Va. 
daughter of 
Julia Dewey, Raleigh, N. C. 

Virginia Chisolm. Charleston, S. C. 
daughter of 
Virginia Balley, Wilmington, N. C. 



Ninety-three 




Dramatic Club 



Nancy Barnwell President 

Harriett Stowers Business Manager 



Ames. R. 
Barnwell, N. 
Boney, M. 

BOXLEY, N. 

Brown, J. B. 
Cooper, M. F, 
Davis, C. 
Krazelle, H. 



Frazelle, L. 
Goodwin, P. 
Graham, A. 
Hall, M. 
Hardin, C. 
Hasselle. M. 
Henry, M. 
Hodge, C. 



JONES, T. 

Jones, N. 
Lucas, L. 
Lyon, M. 
Mann, 0. 
Morris, K. 
Mott, G. 
Noe, M. L. 



Patterson, N. 
Person, M. A. 
Pritchard, L. 
Purrington, J. 



Smith, M. B. 
Stewart, A. 
Stowers, H, 
Sttron, E. 



Tyler, N. 
Williams, L». A. 
Wilson, O. 



Ninety-four 










Glee Club 








Miss 


Fielding 












Miss 


Nicholson 














Anderson, L. 
Church 
Drew 
Gantt 


Patterson 
Raoul 


Goode 

GOODWIN" 

Hancock 
Hodge 


Smith 
Thompson 


HORSLEY 

Jones, J. 
Morris, R. 
Noe 





Ninety-five 




Sketch Club 



Mildred Carlton President 

Miss Smith Faculty Adviser 



Esther Adams 
Thklma Burton 
Mii.dred Carlton 
Edith Douglass 



Caroline Drew 
Mary Hasselle 
Madeleine Higley 
Hortense Jordan 



Suzanne Simmons 
Harriett Stowehs 



Sara Knott 
Henrietta Martin- 
Helen MacMillan 
Lillian McMillan- 
Nell Tyler 
Olive Wilson 



Ninety-six 




Riding Class 



Miss Basox 
Betty Parker 
Virginia Yancey 
Mary Howard 
Barbara Smith 
Virginia Chisholm 



Sally Paine 
Ei.zai.ene Johnston 
Henrietta Martin 
Mary Frances Cooper 
Katherine Scoggin 
elizabeth shands 



Nancy Boxley 
Harriett Stowers 
Josephine Symons 
Suzanne Bennett 
Bonnie June Cassidy 



Ninety-seven 




Snow Bound 



Ninety-eight 




Ninety-nine 



Mus 

Amy Williams President 

Elizabeth Collins Vice President 

Josephine Stmonb Secretary and Treasurer 

Elizabeth Collins Tennis Manager 

Bonnie June Cassidy Hockey Manager 

Jane Shaffer Basketball Manager 

Henrietta Martin Track Manager 

Mary Adair Edwards Swimming Manager 

Betty Simmons Cheer Leader 

Beth Chase Cheer Leader 

Isabelle Mulligan Cheer Leader 







FACULTY 






Miss Cooke 




Miss Sutton 




Miss Glenn- 


Miss Lee 




Mr. Jones 




Miss Morrison 






MEMBERS 




Adams, A. E. 




Frazelle. L. 




Munson. A. 


Ames, R. 




Gantt. E. 




McMillan. L. 


Barnwell, N. 




Goodwin. P. 




Norris. E. B. 


Bugg, M. 




Graham, F. 




Paine. B. 


Burton, T. 




Hall, M. 




Paine, S. 


Cameron, J. 




Harding, B. 




Parham, M. 


Cassidy. B. J. 




Hatcher, K. 




Parker, A. 


Chadwick, M. 




Holt. M. 




Parker, M. 


Chase, B. 




Hughes, F. M 




Parker, S. 


Cheang, K. C 




Jambs, I. 




Patterson N. 


Chisolm, V. 




Jamieson, K. 




Paylor. S. C. 


Clark, D. 




Johnson. G. 




Person, M. A. 


Collins, E. 




Johnston, V. L. 


Poole. D. 


Combs, E. 




Jolly. J. 




Prichard, L. 


Cooper, M. F. 




Jones, N. 




Purrington, J. 


Copelaxd, L. 




Jordan, S. M. 




Raoul. R. 


Cox, A. 




Joslin, N. 




Rose. E. 


Crocker. K. 




Knott. S. 




Shaffer. J. 


Davis, C 




Lawrence, M. 


E. 


SlIAND, M. W. 


Davis, F. 




Long. B. G. 




Shaw. A. 


Dey, M. 




Lovett. S. W. 




Simmons. B. 


Drew, C. 




Lucas. L. 




Simmons, S. 


Dunn. C. 




Lyon. M. 




Stanford, J. 


Edwards. M. A. 




MacMillax, H 




Stoker, S. 


Eighme, M. 




Maeyer, J. 




Symons. J. 


Evans, H. 




Martin, H. 




Tiiiem. K. 


Ferneyhough, E. 




Morris, R. 




Toncray, L. 


FlTZ-SlMONS, C. 




Mulligan, I. 




Tucker. J. 


Vann, 


S. 




WlIITTEX, 


H. 


Vass, 


A. S 




WlDBIN, M 




Watts 


I, M. 


E. 


Williams, 


A. G. 


Weathers, 


E. 


Williams, 


L. A. 


Wfbb, 


A. 


Winstead. 
Young, I. 


Wilson, 
J. 





One Hundred 




One Hundred One 




Mu Varsity Hockey Team 



Amy Williams 
Helen MacMillan 
Suzanne Simmons 
Lucy Tonceay 



Bonnie June Cassidy 
Kelsey Crocker 
Mary Adair Edwards 



Elizabeth Collins 
Jane Shaffer 
Athleen Munson 
Nell Joslin 




Mu Varsity Basketball Team 





Forwards 


G mi rds 




Williams. A. G. 


Goodwin, P. 




Jordan, S. M. 


Simmons, S 




Simmons, B. 


Tucker, J. 








One Hundred Two 








Honorary Varsity Hockey Team 



Athleen Musson Suzanne Simmons 

Bonnie June Cassidy Lucy Toncray 
Mary Adair Edwards "Winifred Brickey 



"Virginia Yancey 

Xell Tyler 



Grace Woodruff 
Nancy Boxley 
Virginia Robinson 




Swimming 



Sivimnnng 
HODGE 

Parker, B. 

Williams, A. G. 



Diving 

Crocker 
Edwards 
Williams, A. G. 



One Hundred Three 



Sigmas 

Winifred Bkickey President 

Madeline Dando Vice President 

Mary Manning Lyxah Secretary and Treasurer 

Mary Manning Lyxah Tennis Manager 

Madeleine Dando Hockey Manager 

Virginia Yancey" Basketball Manager 

Rosabell Elliott Swimming Manager 

Grace Woodruff Cheer Leader 

Caroline Hodge Cheer Leader 

Julia Bates Brown Cheer Leader 

FACULTY 

Miss Holt Mrs. Naylor Miss Fielding 

Miss Bohannon Miss Davis Mr. Gvess 

Miss Nicholson Mrs. Marriot Madame Simbolotti 



Adams. E. 
Anderson, M. 
Battle. M. L. 
Beneker. M. 
Bennett. S. 
Bowes. G. 
Boxley. N. 
Bray, F. B. 
Brickey. W. 
Bridges. L. 
Brown, J. B. 
Buciiax. R. 
Buchanan-. S. 
Capehart. S. 
Carlton. M. 
Chambi.ee. D. 
Cheaxg. K. S. 
Church. A. 
Cox, C. 
Dando, E. 
Dando, M. 
Davis, L. 
Davis. M. 
Dickers. ).\ 
Douglass, E 
Dorsett, M. 
Elliott. R. 
Frazelle, H 
French, A. 
Goode, L. M. 



F. 



MEMBERS 

Goolrick, F. Moore, M. 

Graham. A. Morris, A. 

Gray. J. Morrison, M. 

Hancock, G. Mosby. A. 

Hardin, C. Mott, G. 

Hasselle, M. Moyle. I. 

Henderson-. A. McKay, M. I. 

Henry, M. Naylor, V. 

HlGLEY. M. Noe, M. L. 

Hodge. C. Parker, A. 

Horsley, A. Parker, B. 

Howard. M. Perley. B. 

Hoyle. V. Petty, W. 

M. Hubbard, G. Raper, J. 

Jonxsox, R. Reid, G. 

Johnston. E. Robinson, V. 

Jones, I. Rux. L. 

Jones, J. Scoggin, K. 

Jordan. H. Shands, E. 

Justice, M. G. Smith. B. 

Kelly, M. Smithkrm ax. ) 

Kurn, D. Snyder, J. 

Lewis, N. Stewart, A. 

Love. C. Stowers. H. 

Li-ndy. R. Stryon, E. 

Lyxah. M. M. Tillinohast, . 

Lyon, r. Troxler, T. 

Manx, C. Turnage, V. 

Mellon, M. Tyler, N. 

Mii.mow, M. Walton, P. B. 
Webb, N. Winborne. C. 
Williams, F. Winborne, M. 
Wii.lixgham, H. Wood. D. 
Woodruff. G. 
Wright, H. 
Yaxcey. V. 



One Hundred Four 




One Hundred Five 




Sigma Varsity Hockey Team 



Winifred Bricket 
Virginia Yancey 
Nell Tyler 
Grace Woodruff 



Nancy Boxley 
Virginia Robinson 
Genevieve Hubbard 



Mary Manning Lynah 
Mary London Noe 
Sue Bennett 
Hope "Wright 




Sigma Varsity Basketball Team 



Forwards 
Goode 

Henderson, B. 
Yancey 



Guards 
Buchanan 
Hoyle 
Bricket 



One Hundred Six 







Honorary Varsity Basketball Team 



Forwards 
Henderson, B. 
Simmons, B. 
Yancey 



Guards 
Buchanan 
Simmons, S. 
Tucker, J. 




Tennis Singles 



Elizabeth Collins, Mu 

Mary Manning Lynah, Sigma.. 



...Champion 
..Runner-up 



One Hundred Seven 




Track 



Cassiuy 








Meij.ox 


BOXIEY 








Noe 


Henderson, 


B. 






POOI.E 


Hodge 








Robinson 


Jordan. H. 








Simmons, B 




S 


IMMONS, 


s. 






Y 


ANCEY 








"A field which leads not alone to victory or defeat but to sportsmanship 
and character." 



One Hundred Eight 




Elizabeth Col 



Letter 


Club 












President 




MEMBERS 






BOXLEY 






Hubbard. G. 




Brickey 






Munson 




Brown 






POOLE 




BrCHAXAX 






Robinson. V. 




Cassidy 






Simmons, B. 




Collins 






Simmons. S. 




Ckockek 






Toncray 




Edwards 






TrCKER 




Henderson. 


B. 




Tyler 




Hodge 






Williams, A. G. 






Yancey 







Oue Hundred Nine 




Athletic Sxaps 



One Hundred Ten 



WINDOW 



\*>i 




POPtJLAB 



Madeleine Dakdo 



To popularity she answers the call. 
Here's to Dando — loved by all. 



One Hundred Twelve 




Attractive Isabella Mulligax 

Her name is Irish — but that's not enough; 
She's so attractive — and that's no bluff. 



One Hundred Thirteen 




Influential 



Nancy Joxe. 1 



She led us through a happy year. 
To her we owe our thanks. 
Her gentle influence over us all, 
Reduced our many pranks. 



One Hundred Fourteen 




Athletic and Best Aix-Round Amy Williams 

Not only athletics — but in everything else 
Amy stands out — but remains herself. 



One Hundred Fifteen 




Cite 



Edith Danuo 



It's hard to say just what is cute, 

But one look at her and you know she'll suit. 



One Hundred Sixteen 




Original 



Julia Bates Brown 



Here she sits on a window 
Looking so sweet and rare. 
She's original so they say, 
With never a single care. 



seat, 



One Hundred Seventeen 




Gay Johnsox 



The latest style decreed by Fate 
Gay will always wear. 
We look on her as our Fashion Plate 
And try her style to share. 



One Hundred Kighteen 




Efficient 



What can't she do — and how well 
Whether it's work or whether if: 



Jane Purrington 



it's done! 
fun. 



One Hundred Nineteen 




May Queen 



One Hundred Twenty 




Maid of Honcii; 



One Hundred Twenty-one 







Ono Hundred Twenty-two 




Si-xon i is i x Stat i stic S 



One Hundred Twenty-three 







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liow glad we've been, Kwei Suncj, 

Kwei Chucn, 
To'vo had you with us here. 
Your cheerful ways and beaming 

smiles 
To all of us are dear. 

You've lived and learned along 

with us 
We've learned to like you so. 
It's sad to think you're leaving us — ■ 
We hate to seo you. go. 

But even when you're far away, 

With other interests too, 

Think sometimes of Saint Mary's 

friends 
As they will think of you. 

H. Martin'. 




One Hundred Twenty-four 



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One Hundred Twenty-five 






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One Hundred Twenty-six 




"II rilA'l' Inn we've liad with 
* » Von girls will never knnv 



the annual, 

>W. 

The cares and fears we've had for our boot 

Have been a plenty, I trow. 
But tin' fun and the fears have been blended 

And now we only ask 
That you take our book and enjoy it. 

And we'll be paid for the task. 



One Hundred Twenty-seven 



Acknowledgment 

Deprived of others' helpful care. 

And careful help. 
What would we be? Just nothin'. 

An' that's the truth! 

To render thanks where thanks is due 

Is our desire. 
But where begin, where end, we know not 

An' that's the truth! 

To friendly legions far and wide 

As well as near, 
We render thanks both just and meet. 

An' that's the truth! 



Roll of honorable mention for various services rendered in gracious and unstinted 
degree: 

Dn. Way Helen M.uMii.i.ax 

Miss Albebtson Hauhiett Stowers 

Miss Holt Jocelyn Winstead 

Mr. Tucker Weldon Petty 

Mrs. Marriott Flora Graham 

Miss Smith Lucy Toxcray 

Miss Hosmer Mr. Beck of Edwards & Broughton 

Mrs. Shankltn Mk. Siddell of Siddell Studio 

The Business Firms of Raleigh who have given us their financial aid this year. 



One Hundred Twenty-eight 



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to the distinction of being smartly 
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Just a real good store, a store that 
enjoys serving you better 



We Carry a Complete Line 


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PUMPS 
For Evening — for Semi-dress 


Corset & Lingerie 
Shop 


SPORT 


Girdles. Corselets 


Oxfords and Straps in 
Plain and Fancy Pattern 


Brassieres 
Hose. Bloomers 


ROSCOE-GRIFFIN 
SHOE CO. 


Pajamas, Gowns, and 
Negligees 


Raleigh, N. C. 


22 West Hargett Street 




Phone 2153 


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Specialists in 








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Shampooing and Hair Dressing 






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Hair Dyeing, Facial and 


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College Court 


Scientific Treatment 
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RALEIGH, N. C. 


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Raleigh, N. C. 







RALEIGH 
BEAUTY SHOPPE 

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Phone 2006 Raleigh, N. C. 

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for Ladies 

We Specialize in 

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Permanent Waving 

And All Other Forms of 
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GEO. MARSH CO. 

INCORPORATED 

RALEIGH, N. C. 


Wholesale Grocers 


Be Sure to Call for 

"BLOOMSBURY BRAND" 
CANNED VEGETABLES 


Miss Albertson: Is that your cigarette stub? 

E. Styron: Go ahead. Miss Albertson. you saw it first. 


DRUGS TOILETRIES 

"Creators of Reasonable Drug Prices ' 
FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE SERVICE 

222 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH, N. C. 



Protect the eyes by the use 
of proper lighting 

SEE OUR DISPLAY OF 
BOUDOIR and DESK LAMPS 

2§S 

Thompson Electrical 
Company 

20 West Hargett Street 
Phone 370 


Mary Howard: Miss Talbot, 
we have a rat in our room. Will 
vou give me some rat poison? 

Miss Talbot: Sure — will you 
take it now? 

Mary Howard: No — I'll send 
the rat in for it. 


Annette : And can I wear this 
coat out in the rain without hurt- 
ing it? 

Fur Salesman: Madam, have 
you ever seen a leopard carrying 
an umbrella? 


Where the quiet dignity of this 
very modern shop is reflected in 
the comprehensive showing of 
ultra smart wearables for every 
occasion. 

Dresses 

Coats :: Suits 

Millinery 

Very Moderate Prices 
Charge Privileges Available 

e}eari& 


STAUDT'S 

IJUTTER-NnT 

BREAD and 
CAKES 

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STAUDT'S BAKERY 

Phone 4040 
RALEIGH. X. C. 


j&lMJ-WimwsSK&r 1 


TOR Fayetteville Street 



COLLEGE STUDENTS 

ARE ALWAYS WELCOME 
AT OUR STORE 



Leaders in all High-Grade Toilet Goods 
TRY US FIRST 



Agent for 

Hollingsworth 

Fine Candies 



BOON-ISELEY DRUG COMPANY 

RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA 



R. C. A. RADIOLAS 



Made by the Makers of Radiolrons 



Evershap Pencils, Waterman's Fountain Pens 

Kodaks and Supplies, Albums, Memory 

Books, Poems, Loose Leaf 

Books, Stationery 

"Best of Service" 

JAMES E. THIEM 



PHONE 135 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



Phone 4305 

Wear Cinderella 
$5 Footwear $6 

FOR 
Style, Comfort and Price 

HOSIERY TO MATCH 
EVERY SLIPPER 

113 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh. N. C. 

It Bays to Visit Our Bargain 
Basement 



PHONE 503 
FREE DELIVERY 

SHU-FIXER Y 

A Sole for Every Shoe 

12 East Hargett Street 
RALEIGH. N. C. 







WE ARE FOR 


W. L. BROGDEN CO. 


SAINT MARY'S 


WHOLESALE FRUITS 


EDWARDS 


and 


DRUG CO. 


FRESH VEGETABLES 


Two Squares from the Campus 


409 to 415 West Martin Street 


ROBERTSON-WILLIAMSON 


Grocery :: Market 


508 Hillsboro Street 


PHONES 667 and 668 


We Furnish Your Dining Room Meats 


Also Operating 


R. & W. GROCERTERIAS 





Raleigh's Exclusive 






Flower Shop 


"I'll see you at 


Phone 4070 


'THE CALLY'" 


Corsages, Bouquets, Cut 
Flowers, Pot Plants 


LUNCHES 


Decorations 


SODA 


Funeral Designs 


CANDIES 


and Sprays 


California Fruit Store 


J. J. Fallon Co., Inc. 

203 Fayetteville Street 




"We Grow the Flowers We Sell" 


Carolina's Largest 




Photographic 
Studio 


HOTEL 




CAROLINA 


I 


One of the Barringer Chain 


SIDDELL STUDIO 


Robt. C. Powell. Mgr. 


RALEIGH. N. C. 


PHONE 3900 




West Hargett and Dawson 


Official Photographer for 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


The Stage Coach 







BRANTLEY'S DRUG STORE 

The Place to Meet Your Friends 

AGENT FOR "'ELIZABETH ARDEN" 

Our 
Sodas and Ice Cream 

Are Always Best 



Telephones 14 and 15 



Raleigh. N. C. 



STEIN WAY 
. . PIANOS . . 

THE INSTRUMENT 

of 
IMMORTALS 

DUFF-GORE 
CORPORATION 

111 Favetleville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



e e 



Herbert Rosenthal 



Beautiful Shoes 



Sport Shoes 



THOS. H. BRIGGS 
& SONS, Inc. 

Established 1865 

220 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 

HARDWARE 

"The Convenient Place to Shop" 




A 




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BLUE 
^ STAR A 


V 


BLUE STAR STORES 

Home-owned 


WRIGHT'S 
CAFETERIA 

The 
Right 

Place 

to 

Eat 

RALEIGH. IN. C. 


She was peeved and called him Mr. 
Not because he went and Kr. 
But the thing that made her sore 
Was that on the night before 
The same Mr. Kr. Sr. 


Wilson's Coffee Shop 

Serves the Best 45c Meal 
in Raleigh 

Wilson s Sandwiches 
are Delicious 



A Store Is Known 


By Its Customers 


&$$$& 


Who shops there? ♦ they are careless of what they pay 


Answer that question about any 


but that they are careful of what 


store and you establish the po- 


the) get. They prefer an invest- 


sition of that store in the com- 


ment in satisfaction to an adven- 


munity. 


ture in disappointment — which is 


Today, as always, the representa- 


the spirit of true economy. 


tive women of the city instinctively 


The store that attracts and holds 


turn to this store to satisfy their 


the patronage of this intelligent, 


needs and gratify their tastes. 


discriminating element is, ob- 


People whose cultural background 


viously, the logical store for every 


is expressed in their clothes and 


shopper. 


their homes do not shop anywhere 


And remember — it costs no more 


and everywhere. It is not that « 


► to shop in good company! 


3|(3fOfOiO|( 


BOYLAN-P 


EARCE CO. 


"RALEIGH'S SHOPPING CENTER" 



We Appreciate- 



Your patronage during the past season and 

sincerely trust our efforts to offer 

you the best in entertainment 

has been successful. 



I 



STATE 

PALACE CAPITOL 

THEATRES 

Operated by Publix-Saenger Theatres 



She: I've been asked to get 
married lots of times. 
He: Who asked you? 
She: Mother and father. 



Miss Glenn: Do you like corn 
on the ear? 

Imogene Young: I never had 
one there. 



Some folks think that the laun- 
dry is a place where you send 
clothes when you don't want "em 
any more. 



"'Do you like stuffed dates?" 
"Yes, then I don't have to feed 
em. 



ARTHUR'S 
SEA FOOD MARKET 

Arthcr E. Dicks, Proprietor 

Sea Food of 
All Kinds 



PHONE 255 
RALEIGH. N. C. 



By using our Ice and 
Coal your home will be 
made much more com- 
fortable, as you will al- 
ways gel the highest 
q u a 1 i 1 y products at 
reasonable prices. 


Frocks and Gowns 

For Street, Sport, 

Afternoon and 

Dinner Wear 

NEW CREATIONS 
Received Daily . . . 

"■-* 112 Fayettevffle St. Mmd 


Capital Ice & Coal 
Company, Inc. 

600 West Hargett Street 
PHONES 2531 and 2142 






WHEN 

You Leave St. Mary's 

May your path be full of all the 
good things in life. 

Remember When Shopping. You 
Can do Better at 

EFIRD'S 

Department Store 


Bell Phones 781 — 118 — 119 

Raleigh French Dry 

Cleaning and 

Dyeing Company 

Main Office: 17 S. Wilmington St. 
Plant: 114-116 Gale St. 

OLDEST AND BEST 







Make Our Store Your Store 
We Are For You 

LANGDON'S 

1217 Hillsboro Street 
PHONE 4455 



TO A COLLEAGUE AT LARGE- 
DIVINE EINSTEIN 

Einstein, 
You are divine! 
Your every thought 
Agrees with mine; 
You've written down. 
Line by line, 
What I'd have done 
If I'd had time. 
Light goes in curves — 
Space is Time. . . . 
When I get out 
111 prove that I'm 
Napoleon, or 
A Hetrodyne. 
Your reputation 
Won't match mine, 
If they let me out — 
Oh. Einstein! 




LOVELY 
CHARJM 

GIVE to your selection 
of lighting equipment 
the same thoughtful care 
with which you select 
other forms of your home's 
decoration. 

Our selection of Moe- 
Bridges Lighting Equip- 
ment is wonderfully com- 
plete. Every design is ar- 
tistically correct — a crea- 
tion whose quality and rich 
appearance will give you 
life-time pleasure. 

Come in and in- 
spect our display. 



SUMMERS 
ELECTRICAL CO. 

411 Hillsboro Street 
PHONE 79 




$4.98 






Attractive Footwear 


MANGEL'S 


At 


DRESSES 


Reasonable 


UNDERWEAR 


Prices 


BLOUSES 


G. R. Kinney Co.. Inc. 


FAN-TAN HOSE 


134 Fayetteville Street 


Stores Everywhere 


$3.98 






Mrs. Nay lor: 


THE ART FLOWER 


I cough. I sneeze, 
I snort. I wheeze, 
I'm in a perfect frenzy. 
My head is dough 


SHOP, INC. 


FLOWERS FOR ALL 


My nose won't go 
I've got the influenzy. 


OCCASIONS 

18 West Hargett Street 
Phone 207 




Izzy James ljust home from a 
trip abroad): And just think, 
dear, they have the same weather 




all year round in Hawaii. 


We Wire Flowers Anywhere 


Flora: Well. now. if that isn't 
just too bad. What on earth do 
they ever talk about? 





SPECIALIZING IN 
COLLEGE 

You can afford to buy more freely. 
now that prices are lower — but be 
sure to choose more discriminately 

where values are highest — 



FASHIONS 



AND 

Before you buy — let us show you our 
New Ready-to-Wear . . . Millinery . . . 
Hose . . . Shoes . . . and Bags. 



Always a Pleasure to Show You — 

Have You Seen Our "College Girls' Room on Second Floor? 

HUDSON-BELK COMPANY 



DILLON SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

MILL SUPPLIES 
MACHINERY 

Con tractors Equipm eut 
RALEIGH and DURHAM 



THOM McAN 
Shoes for Women 

Ale Faultlessly Styled and so 

widely sold that manufacture 

means better quality at 

less cost. 

A NEW LOW PRICE $3.60 
DONT JUDGE BY PRICE— 

You Must See Them 
To Appreciate Them 

I 1 7 rayelteville Street 

RALEIGH. N. C. 







1867 1931 
Compliments of 

Alfred Williams & Co. 

Social Engraving 

Party Goods 

Books of All Kinds 

Picture Framing 

Office Supplies 

Typewriters 

119 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh. N. C. 


HOLEMAN 
PRODUCE 
COMPANY 

RALEIGH. N. C. 

U holesule Fruits and 
Vegetables 

PHONES 468—469 






Styles of Today with a 
Touch of Tomorrow 

TEACHEY'S 

Correct Apparel for 
College Misses 

127 Fayetteville Sheet 
RALEIGH, i\. C. 


Raslus: De pahson say he got 
a hundred-year-old etchin. 

Mose: Doan let date preacheh 
man fool yo'all, Ras; dat disease 
nebber lasts mo n seben years. 


Annette: ^ ou know I'm funny 
that way — I always throw myself 
into anything I undertake. 

And The Drag: Now isn't that 
fine, why don't you dig a well? 





BATCHELOR 

RIDING 

ACADEMY 

Riding Lessons 

Bridal Path Rides 
for 

Saint Mary's Students 

L nder Chaperonage and Charges 
approved bv school authorities 

Lessons $3.00 Rides $2.00 
Auto service included 


S & W CAFETERIAS 

For Your Convenience 
RALEIGH 

322 Fayetteville St. 


Charlotte Knoxville 
Ashexille Atlanta 
Roanoke 




'M'-SYSTEM STORE 

528 Hillsboro Street 

Fruits - Candies 
Quality Groceries 

YOUR NEAREST SHOPPING 

CENTER FOR GOOD 

THINGS TO EAT 

SEE US OFTEN 
Your Patronage is Appreciated 


Porter Candy Co. 

Wholesale Confectioners 

Telephone 1 10 

313 S. Blount Street 


PATRONIZE 

OUR 

ADVERTISERS 



Saint Mary's School and Junior College 

Rev. Warren W. Way, A.M.. D.D., Rector 



Raleigh. North Carolina 



High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work. 

The Curriculum also includes four years of High School work. 
All Academic Courses fully accredited hy the Southern Association. 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS IN ART, BUSINESS, EXPRESSION 
HOME ECONOMICS 

MUSIC: Piano. Voice. Violin. Church Organ 

TWENTY-ACRE CAMPUS— FIELD SPORTS— GYMNASIUM— TENNIS 
INDOOR TILED SWIMMING POOL— HORSEBACK RIDING— GOLF 

Annual Sessions — Mid-September to June 
Write A. W. TUCKER. Business Manager for Catalogue and View Book 



COMMONWEALTH COAL CO., Inc. 

Chas. M. Farrer. Mgr. 

WE SUPPLY THE FUEL FOR YOUR 
HEATING PLANT 

PHONE 353 16 DIXIE DRIVE 





Warren's Transfer 






Opposite Union Station 


WHITE'S 


Automobiles for Hire 


The Aristocrat of 


Special Rates 


ICE CREAMS 


for Out- of -Town Trips 


"The Taste Tells" 


.".III West Martin Street 




Phone 538 




RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 


Union Provision Co. 


Hotel Sir Walter 


W. G. Goodwin. Owner 


Raleigh. N. C. 


Wholesale Chickens 


350 Rooms 350 Baths 


Eggs, Turkeys 


Every Modern Convenience 


And All Kinds of Fresh and Sail 
Meats. Butter and Cheese 


"11 here the Parents and Girls are 
Always Welcome" 


325 Blake Street 


GRIFFIN & BLAND HOTEL 


Raleigh, N. C. Phone 1269 


COMPANY. Props. 





Wishing Success to the 
STAGE COACH 



Donated 



Wholesale Meats 



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